NBC Sports will carry all 10 Premier League matches simultaneously Sunday, starting at 10 a.m. ET. The channel assignments, with place in parentheses …
NBC: (1) Manchester City vs. (12) West Ham
NBCSN: (2) Liverpool vs. (9) Newcastle
CNBC: (3) Chelsea at (20) Cardiff City
MSNBC: (4) Arsenal at (18) Norwich City
Bravo: (5) Everton at (16) Hull City
USA Network: (6) Tottenham Hotspur vs. (15) Aston Villa
SyFy: (7) Manchester United at (8) Southampton
Oxygen: (10) Stoke City at (17) West Brom
E!: (11) Crystal Palace at (19) Fulham
Esquire: (13) Swansea City at (14) Sunderland
Spanish-language mun2 will carry the Man City match, Telemundo will take the Liverpool game.
All matches are also available on NBCSports.com/LiveExtra.
Aside from the trophy chase, there is not as much drama as once hoped: City clinches the championship with a victory or draw (unless Liverpool scores at least 13 goals in a victory to overcome the goal difference gap). City, Liverpool and Chelsea are certain of Champions League berths. Arsenal will go to Champions League qualifying (unless it scores at least 18 goals to overtake Chelsea). Everton is headed for the Europa League. Norwich, Fulham and Cardiff are going to be relegated.
Top 15 U.S. markets for Premier League viewership this season:
|1. Washington, DC||9. Providence|
|2. New York||10. Philadelphia|
|3. Baltimore||11. Chicago|
|4. Boston||12. Buffalo|
|5. Seattle||13. Tampa|
|6. Richmond||14. Orlando|
|7. San Fran.-Oakland||15. Miami|